Mumbai Quotes

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Gregory David Roberts
“Fate gives all of us three teachers, three friends, three enemies, and three great loves in our lives. But these twelve are always disguised, and we can never know which one is which until we’ve loved them, left them, or fought them.”
Gregory David Roberts, Shantaram

Ankita Singhal
“the flames are silent,
Peace is violent,
Tears are frozen
’cause massacre was chosen.

~~ 26/11– Mumbai terror attack memories”
Ankita Singhal

Gregory David Roberts
“I know now that it's the sweet, sweating smell of hope, which is opposite of hate; and it's the sour, stifled smell of greed, which is the opposite of love.”
Gregory David Roberts, Shantaram

Gregory David Roberts
“Mumbai is the sweet, sweaty smell of hope, which is the opposite of hate; and it's the sour, stifled smell of greed, which is the opposite of love. It's the smell of Gods, demons, empires, and civilizations in resurrection and decay. Its the blue skin-smell of the sea, no matter where you are in the island city, and the blood metal smell of machines. It smells of the stir and sleep and the waste of sixty million animals, more than half of them humans and rats. It smells of heartbreak, and the struggle to live, and of the crucial failures and love that produces courage. It smells of ten thousand restaurants, five thousand temples, shrines, churches and mosques, and of hunderd bazaar devoted exclusively to perfume, spices, incense, and freshly cut flowers. That smell, above all things - is that what welcomes me and tells me that I have come home.

Then there were people. Assamese, Jats, and Punjabis; people from Rajasthan, Bengal, and Tamil Nadu; from Pushkar, Cochin, and Konark; warrior caste, Brahmin, and untouchable; Hindi, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, Jain, Parsee, Animist; fair skin and dark, green eyes and golden brown and black; every different face and form of that extravagant variety, that incoparable beauty, India.”
Gregory David Roberts, Shantaram

Sanhita Baruah
“Never follow the crowd....

Until and unless you're crossing the road...”
Sanhita Baruah

Hong  Mei
“Faxian and Xuanzang might have been the first Chinese to travel to India, but sometimes it felt like I was the first.”
Hong Mei 洪梅

Khushwant Singh
“Bombay, you will be told, is the only city India has, in the sense that the word city is understood in the West. Other Indian metropolises like Calcutta, Madras and Delhi are like oversized villages. It is true that Bombay has many more high-rise buildings than any other Indian city: when you approach it by the sea it looks like a miniature New York. It has other things to justify its city status: it is congested, it has traffic jams at all hours of the day, it is highly polluted and many parts of it stink.”
Khushwant Singh, Truth, Love and a Little Malice

Zia Haider Rahman
“Advisers were numberless in Kabul, like stray dogs in Mumbai.”
Zia Haider Rahman, In the Light of What We Know

Subhasis Das
“Mumbai is not a city, it's life...”
Subhasis Das, Mom Says No Girlfriend
tags: mumbai

Gregory David Roberts
“The Source of all things, the luminescence, has more forms than heaven’s stars, sure. And one good thought is all it takes to make it shine. But a single mistake can burn down a forest in your heart, hiding all the stars, in all the skies. And while a mistake’s still burning, ruined love or lost faith can make you think you’re done, and you can’t go on. But it’s not true. It’s never true. No matter what you do, no matter where you’re lost, the luminescence never leaves you. Any good thing that dies inside can rise again, if you want it hard enough. The heart doesn’t know how to quit, because it doesn’t know how to lie. You lift your eyes from the page, fall into the smile of a perfect stranger, and the searching starts all over again. It’s not what it was. It’s always different. It’s always something else. But the new forest that grows back in a scarred heart is sometimes wilder and stronger than it was before the fire. And if you stay there, in that shine within yourself, that new place for the light, forgiving everything and never giving up, sooner or later you’ll always find yourself right back there where love and beauty made the world: at the beginning. The beginning. The beginning.”
Gregory David Roberts, The Mountain Shadow

Enock Maregesi
“Sanjay Kanaka Ramachandra, 'The Satellite', baada ya kutoka Korea ya Kaskazini na Salina Cruz kwa ajili ya kozi maalumu ya ugaidi na kwa ajili ya Kiapo cha Swastika kwa mpangilio huo, alirudi Mumbai kusimamia shughuli za Kolonia Santita za bara la Asia na Australia – kwa uaminifu wa Sheria ya Kitalifa ya Kolonia Santita. Ramachandra, anayeitwa 'The Satellite' kwa sababu ya jina lake la mwisho, alipewa pia jukumu la kuyachunga Makao Makuu ya Kanda ya Asia-Australia ya Tume ya Dunia; na kupeleka taarifa yoyote ya kijasusi (inayohusiana na WODEC-Rangoon) Mexico City kwa ajili ya maamuzi ya Mkurugenzi wa Usalama wa Kolonia Santita Gortari Manuel. Mojawapo ya operesheni kubwa alizowahi kuzifanya Ramachandra kwa niaba ya Kolonia Santita ni kuingiza nchini India mzigo wa tani 350 za majani ya koka, ijapokuwa tani 37 zilikamatwa na mamlaka za kuzuia madawa ya kulevya za India na za Tume ya Dunia, na kusambaza kilo 560 za kokeini safi (isiyokuwa na doa) katika nchi zote za Asia na Australia ndani ya siku 14.”
Enock Maregesi

Subhasis Das
“Mumbai is not a city, it's a way of life”
Subhasis Das, Mom Says No Girlfriend
tags: mumbai

Jeet Thayil
“God has it in for the poets, that's obvious, but the Bombaywallahs hold a special place in his dispensation.”
Jeet Thayil, The Book of Chocolate Saints

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Alok Karkera
“Mumbai hides all its blemishes in the night”
Alok Karkera, Isles of Mambo and other stories

Alok Karkera
“.....a human mind always finds many reasons to justify any action.

...Even a murderer will be able to provide a justification for his actions”
Alok Karkera, Isles of Mambo and other stories

Debalina Haldar
“Mumbai is different! It’s busy, it’s dusty, it’s posh, it’s different from everything I’ve ever known. You can barely see the sky, hidden behind the tall buildings, the moon seems so detached, the trees look indifferent and distant.”
Debalina Haldar, Wrinkles in Memory
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“In Networking never underestimate anyones connection potential. Sometimes even a small office helper can connect you to the Business Owner !”
Sampath K. Iyengar

“People says there is so much to learn from a sea, waves, sunset, sky and people. And so Marine Drive is my favorite place.”
Prajakta Mhadnak

“Mumbai is a city of stark contrasts - providing opportunities to millionaires to pursue their riches and millions of poor to pursue livelihood. For many, Mumbai is a city where their dreams begin; for many others, it marks and end of a dream.”
Duvvuri Subbarao, Who Moved My Interest Rate: Leading the Reserve Bank Through Five Turbulent Years

Rashmi Bansal
“Because knowledge does not need an academic greenhouse. It can bloom, anywhere.”
Rashmi Bansal, Poor Little Rich Slum

Suketu Mehta
“We lived in Bombay and we lived in Mumbai and sometimes, I lived in both of them at the same time.”
Suketu Mehta, Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found
tags: mumbai

Aravind Adiga
“From the advertisement, his eyes moved up the skywalk, the zigzagging metal bridge that connected various locations in the neighborhood to the Banda train station. Behind the metal grid, men moved back and forth. Tommy Sir's eyes grew tired. He felt that up there, on that seemingly never-ending bridge, shadowy figures were moving toward obscure destinations, possibly only to return to their point of origin, like in an architectural sketch of infinity by M.C. Escher. Hell is a choice, made daily and by millions, and breathing slowly and watching this aerial cage, Tommy Sir saw Mumbai, minute by minute, unbecome and become hell.”
Aravind Adiga

“The book sensitively deals with dilemma of a Muslim woman trapped between orthodox relatives and the western society with different ethos. The defence by Daniel of Nadia and her dilemma is apt and nuanced. The novel captures different shades of attitudes in the west regarding Islam. IT points to the need for more dialogue and better understanding.

Irfan Engineer, Director, Centre for Study of Society and Secularism, Mumbai”
Irfan Engineer
tags: mumbai

“The main goal of the regulatory policy has been to control the size of Mumbai by penalizing any new development, fearing that economic success would attract more people.’ Yes, we have deliberately planned for our cities to fail. That has been our intent. If they succeed, then more people would move there, ‘who would have to share an already deficient and immutable infrastructure’. Bertaud concludes: ‘This is a very pessimistic view of urban development.' An understatement, so classically French!”
Mihir S. Sharma

“As they left the pier and walked into the park, Chahda looked around appreciatively. "Nice place, this. Capital of New Caledonia. Big island, has 8,548 square mile, also has 53,245 peoples. Eleven thousand in Noumea. That is what says the Worrold Alm-in-ack."

Rick and Scotty laughed. It was like old times to hear Chahda quoting from The World Almanac. A Bombay beggar boy, he had educated himself with only the Almanac for his textbook, and he had laboriously memorized everything in it.”
John Blaine, The Phantom Shark

Alok Karkera
“Mumbai hides all its blemishes in the night.”
Alok Karkera, Isles of Mambo and other stories

Ken  Doyle
“She removed the shining black disk from its sleeve, holding it by the edges. After she placed it on the turntable and set the arm into motion, she adjusted the volume on the amplifier, flooding the room with sound. She closed her eyes and began to sway to the music. She could almost feel Clive’s arms guiding her, as he had done so many times over the course of their lives together.

(from Independence Day)”
Ken Doyle, Bombay Bhel

Ken  Doyle
“...he stayed on the balcony for a while, the throbbing energy of the chawls filling his veins as he watched traffic ebb and flow. Shutters veiled the shops on the ground floor across the lane, and only a few lights flickered here and there, probably other mill workers like his father.

(from Aam Papad)”
Ken Doyle, Bombay Bhel

Alok Karkera
“... but I have learned that bad things happen to you in an instant. For anything good to happen it takes a lot of time.”
Alok Karkera, Isles of Mambo and other stories

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